Red Cord Records’ Bloodline Severed To Release “Letters to Decapolis” on March 13
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Rockford, IL-North Carolina metal/hardcore/djent band Bloodline Severed will be releasing their Red Cord Records’ debut, Letters to Decapolis, on March 13, 2012. Letters to Decapolis was produced and mixed by Jamie King. With an unrelenting passion for music and people, their love for the real God pushes them to continue pressing on in these times where people have no peace, hope, joy, or solitude. “We realize that people have for far too long, put their faith and hope in man, government and the church itself never realizing that only God Himself can bring that change and hope they seek in their lives. This is our message to this seeking world!” says vocalist Corey Weaver. Bloodline Severed has had the pleasure of playing such festivals as Cornerstone, Ichthus, and Taking Back the Streets. They have also been up and down the east coast and Midwest spreading the message they are so passionate about.
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